Roland Bürgi

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We present the latest version of the Groningen Molecular Simulation program package, GROMOS05. It has been developed for the dynamical modelling of (bio)molecules using the methods of molecular dynamics, stochastic dynamics, and energy minimization. An overview of GROMOS05 is given, highlighting features not present in the last major release, GROMOS96. The(More)
Experiment and computer simulation are two complementary tools to understand the dynamics and behavior of biopolymers in solution. One particular area of interest is the ensemble of conformations populated by a particular molecule in solution. For example, what fraction of a protein sample exists in its folded conformation? How often does a particular(More)
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